Horses change us! They teach us about trust, responsibility and cooperation. They encourage us to become stronger and more confident. Their intuitive nature gives us comfort and helps us heal and relax. And they bring smiles to everyone they meet. Our 40 therapy horses have helped thousands of people of all ages and with a variety of challenges grow and accomplish things they never thought possible.
For someone with anxiety or a physical disability, we watch their strength and confidence grow as they trot around the ring and feel the connection with their horse. For a teen who has just lost a loved one or has been bullied at school, a horse can give them a moment of comfort as it gently wraps its head around them. And for a survivor of trauma who is haunted by the past, working with a horse can teach them to be “in the moment” as they regulate their heartbeat with that of a horse.
It is these experiences that forever impact the lives of our students and those around them.
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Aviva Recognized for Outstanding Work!
March 3, 2023 — Join us in congratulating our very own, Aviva Vincent, Director of Program Quality, who has been awarded 2023 PATH Region 4 Credentialed Professional of the Year. PATH is the governing organization for therapeutic horsemanship worldwide and with this award, she is now eligible…Read Article
Check Out Calendar of Events
March 1, 2023 — Our monthly calendar lists our special events as well as all of our holiday closings. April 7-8 – Facility Closed – Easter holiday April 17-23 – Volunteer Appreciation Week April 24 – Instructor Workshop May 12-13 – Tack Sale fundraiser May 26 – …Read Article
Miniature Horses Needed
Feb. 23, 2022 — Our Mobile Mini Program is in high demand in the community! We are in need of 1 or 2 well-mannered minis to help us expand our program. Potential candidates must be between the ages of 5 and 20, healthy and under 32 inches…Read Article